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Spend a fortune on a motion sim.

Stick the screens metres away from the driver.

Makes sense.

level 2

why even have 3 screens at that point just get 1 really big screen

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#4 Lando Norris

Original Poster28 points · 1 hour ago

They’re running a modified Assetto Corsa and you get a few laps through a NYC GP circuit. Full motion, seatbelt, replica wheels. I was not prepared for how stiff that brake pedal is. Incredible experience I highly recommend it if you’re in NYC!

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Thanks for sharing, I’ll try to stop by tomorrow. 49th & 5th is the correct address, right?

level 2

If you’re in NYC you should go to Feile on the race days. They open early for the race and the crowd there is fantastic and filled with great characters.

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It must be a nightmare of line to get a few laps

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#4 Lando Norris

Original Poster3 points · 1 hour ago

It just opened today and there was a handful of people in front of me that all went fairly quickly. Hopefully it won’t get too crazy

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I don’t always buy shoes, but when I do, I’ve tested them in an f1 sim.

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Why does a Puma store have that?

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#4 Lando Norris

Original Poster6 points · 1 hour ago · edited 59 minutes ago

They sponsor Red Bull and Mercedes for the suits, gloves, and shoes

Edit: And Ferrari

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Puma sponsors Mercedes and Red Bull, maybe more teams. Hamilton, bottas and Max off the top of my head all have Puma gear.

level 1

I live in Manhattan. I have to get there before flying out on Saturday to Barcelona. On my way to eventually be at Monza for the GP

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Thats quiet a trip. Monza is not realy what one would call next to barca.


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